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Loading data from Z table to an ODS in BW/BI

Hello Gurus,

Can some one guide me how do I load data from a Z table which exists in the same BI system into an ODS/DSO. I'm working on a 04S system.

Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 04:35 PM


    You could create Generic Data Store in BI System




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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 01:04 AM

    Hi Prashanth,

    You can use a generic datasource. Here are the steps (in general). This assumes that you have already created an ODS:

    1) Create a generic datasource in transaction RSO2. You can base your datasource from your Z-table.

    2) Create a transformation rule between the datasource that you created in Step 1 and your ODS.

    3) Create a DTP (right click your ODS and select Create a DTP)

    4) Create an InfoPackage

    5) Run your InfoPackage and then your DTP.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 06:14 PM

    hi Prasanth

    u r using generic extraction method to load data from R/3 to BW server

    u can use

    T.Code SBIW or RSO2 to create Generic DataSource.

    step 1- logon to R/3 system

    step2 - check data in table

    for this use t.code se11.

    Db table name --- ZXXXXX.

    1. select " Display " button.

    2. select " contents"(shftctrlf11).--->execute.

    *step-3 *- create generic datasource for trasactiona data

     enter t.code- rso2

     select -

    zXXXXX.(specify ur datasource name to create a new one).

     select create icon.

     appl.. component --- (browse and choose ur application component)(EX- sd).

     Extration from DBView"

     table/view---zXXXXX(give ur ztable name).

     text----give sht .des, m.des, L .des.......... for u data source.

     Select “generic delta” option in toolbar.

     Give delta specific field

     Field name---- (ex- pid)

    • Select any radio button(ex-numeric pointer).

     Settings— “additive delta” radio button( for delta loads from ods to i.cube).

     Select “save” “save” .

     Package -

    some package name.

     Save

     Continiue

     Coustomize the datasource by seleting “ selection “ check boxes for fields.

     Save

     MSg:- datasource hve been created.

    SAP BW side:

    Step :1

    Enter t.code rsa13.

     Identify R/3 source system icon.

     Double click on R/3 s . system.

     Expand BW datasource

     Expand sap Appl. Comp..

     Select ur application component( for Ex- SD).

     Context menu -- replicate datasource

     Refresh tree once the replication is complete.

     Find ur datasource.

     Double click on data source icon ➖ { ➖ this implies data source is not assigned).

     Context menu

     Assign infosource..

     i.source assignment:

    o select “others” radio button

    o and select option”create”.

     Flexible update.-------XXXXX

     Des----XXXXXX

     Continue

     Create I.Obj w .r t r/3 s.s fields.

     Assign the I.Obj to the fields of r/3 respectively.

     Enter 0RECORDMODE in comm.. structure.

     Activate

     create ODS obj and create structure and activate

     create update rules for Ods object with reference to i.source. and activate.

     Create infopackage and schedule data…….and monitor the data in psa and ods objects tables.

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